FABIUS TOWNSHIP, Mich. (WOOD) - A teenager was issued a citation for failing to yield the right of way after police said she caused a two-vehicle crash.
Alicia Schmidtendorff was driving a vehicle and attempting to leave the Dairy Queen along U.S. 131 near Millard Road just west of Three Rivers.
Traffic in southbound lane of U.S. 131 was stopped and gave her a space to pull through, as she wanted to cross the road and travel northbound.
As Schmidtendorff started to cross U.S. 131, her vehicle was struck by a southbound vehicle driven by Hillary Kellogg in the left, passing lane, police said.
Police and emergency personnel responded around 2:10 p.m. Monday to the scene in St. Joseph County.
Schmidtendorff, 17, from Three Rivers, suffered minor injuries and sought her own medical treatment.
Her two passengers, a 14- and 15-year-old, both from Three Rivers, were not injured.
Kellogg, 26, and her 8-year-old passenger, both from Three Rivers, suffered minor injuries and sought their own medical treatment.
Schmidtendorff was issued a citation for failing to yield the right of way.
Everybody wore their seat belts, and alcohol was not a factor in the crash.
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